Josefine Shares Empowering New Single “Goddess Kinda Power”
Mar 25, 2021
One of the brightest rising pop stars out of Stockholm, Sweden, Josefine is without doubt shaking up the music industry with her energetic voice and captivating presence. Based in LA, Josefine is following the steps of some of the biggest pop exports Sweden has offered over the years, crafting stunning pop gems that combine clean production, relatable and touching storylines and infectious dance rhythms.
Josefine has had a hell of a journey to get to where she is now, proving her dedication and desire to make it in music early on. She graduated from the prestigious Rytmus Music High School in Stockholm, a school whose previous students include pop icons Robyn, Tove Lo, and Icona Pop. She then went on to study at the highly-esteemed Berklee College of Music in Boston, sharpening her songwriting and singing skills even further.
Ever since Josefine kicked off her career back in 2018, she has been taking over the music industry one single at a time, having amassed over 20M streams on Spotify to date, additionally receiving heavy radio play, most notably on Swedish national radio NRJ and UK national radio BBC Radio 1.
Following her late 2020 single “Dreamin’,” Josefine has now returned with one of her most exciting releases to date, sharing “Goddess Kinda Power”, a dancefloor-ready gem that can work on the radio as well as it can on the dancefloor, the song perfectly encompasses everything we love about Josefine. Aiming to unite and empower women and girls from all cultures and ages, “Goddess Kinda Power” is as uplifting as it is profound.
Massive piano chords and smooth guitar licks kick off the single, before Josefine’s infectious vocal lines shine on top of a groovy bassline. As the arrangement builds up, listeners are treated to an ever-expanding array of groovy percussion and uplifting melodies, while Josefine displays her full vocal range in a series of ethereal hooks and harmonies.
“I wanted to create an anthem for all girls and women to really honour their internal power to overcome any situation or any odds. Inspired by the events of International Women’s Day and a rising feminism movement, this track was a calling for me to speak my truth and really put a composition together with real meaning and direction for every girl and woman listening out there,” says Josefine.